International Studies

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About the Major

International Studies is an interdisciplinary program that provides knowledge of international or global issues including regional and global political economies; comparative cultural and political systems; ethnicity, identity, and belief systems; peace, conflict, and wars; gender, culture, and politics; and global science and environmental issues (e.g., water management, etc.). The major prepares students for careers as specialists or representatives in: international relations, international publications, cross cultural training in educational and business fields, public affairs, government foreign service, export sales, and international research.

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Any CLAS major may prepare you for admission to professional schools such as medical school, vet school, law school, etc.

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  • Law Enforcement
  • Legislator
  • Peace Corps
  • Policy Analyst
  • Public Relations Specialist
  • Attorney
  • Communications Specialist
  • Export Sales
  • Foreign Company Representative
  • Foreign Service Officer
  • Intelligence Officer
  • Journalist

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